Boone Creek newgrass band - SBD
Holiday Inn lounge
March xx, 1976
SBD > Nakamichi 550 w/ Dolby NR
MR cassette > Nakamichi 550 > Lexicon Alpha > Samplitude > Flac
Taped, transferred, and remastered by Monte Barry
published April 25, 2008
d1t01 I'm Country
d1t02 Me and Bobby McGee
d1t04 Sweetheart of Mine
d1t05 Honeysuckle Rose You Smell so Sweet
d1t06 Take Me Back to Tulsa
d1t07 Sally Goodin'
d1t08 Satisfied My Mind
d1t09 Salty Dog
d1t10 Nobody's Love Is Like Mine
d1t11 Nine Pound Hammer
d1t12 Sweet Georgia Brown
d1t13 Blow Away
d2t01 Lonesome River
d2t02 Why Don't You Tell Me So
d2t03 Little Rock Getaway
d2t04 My Home Ain't in the Hall of Fame
d2t05 Foggy Mountain Breakdown
d2t06 Yellow River
d2t08 Hitchhiking To California
d2t09 Used To Be
d2t10 Patty on the Turnpike
Boone Creek newgrass band, out of Lexington, KY
Ricky Skaggs - lead vocals, mandolin, fiddle, guitar
Vince Gill - lead vocals, electric mandolin, electric guitar, pedal steel guitar
Jerry Douglas - dobro
Wesley Golding - lead vocals, guitar
Terry Baucom - banjo, fiddle, mandolin, rhythm guitar
Tommy Hough - electric bass
Steve Getzman - drums
bit torrent for this show
May 16, 2009
Boone Creek-Holiday Inn-1976
An 18 year old Vince Gill and Ricky Skaggs, Jerry Douglas, Wes Golding and Terry Baucom all in their early 20's...the bass player is Tommy Hough (pronounced 'Huff')who, unfortunately, was killed in a car accident many years ago. The drummer was Steve Getzman.
To further clarify some of the identification of tunes:
the non-titled instrumental that is featured was written by Jerry Douglas and is entitled "Intro"; the 'name that tune' vocal was written by Wes Golding and is entitled "Hitchhiking To California". The song listed as 'You Don't Love Me' is actually, "Used To Be".
Terry is playing banjo for the most part, switching to fiddle, mandolin and rhythm guitar at various times throughout. Ricky is on mandolin and fiddle.
Thanks to Monte Barry for uploading this music to be enjoyed by all!
April 14, 2009
Great stuff, Ricky is the MAN!!!
Love this rare find here. I can help you out and tell you that my research suggests that Terry Baucom is the Banjo picker and Steve Bryant is listed as playing bass and fiddle, and is currently playing some guitar as a folkster. This show rips and I DL'd immediately so as not to lose it. Must have been incredible to be at.